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Friday, February 18, 2011

Interim Fremont police chief files sex complaint

Fremont interim police Chief Teresa Quinn is alleging sexual harassment and sexual discrimination in a complaint filed with the Equal Employment Opportunity Commission against Town Manager Kerry McDuffie. Ms. Quinn, who was the patrol sergeant before being interim chief...

CDC: GlenCare shows need for more controls

Six hepatitis-related deaths at GlenCare last year have prompted the CDC to suggest the need for more vigilance in infection control, while local Health Department officials also hope to see expanded efforts in the inspections of facilities. In a report...

Center Street's remake gets approval from City Council

Members of the Goldsboro City Council committed to a revamped Center Street Thursday morning during the final day of their annual retreat -- a block of it, anyway. The board voted to allow staff to put the first phase of...

Mount Olive honors citizens at banquet

MOUNT OLIVE -- The people, young and old, who make a difference in their communities through their volunteer service were honored Thursday night during the fifth annual Membership Banquet and Awards Ceremony jointly sponsored by the Mount Olive Area Chamber...

News-Argus takes home honors at state contest

CHAPEL HILL -- Members of the News-Argus staff brought four writing awards back to Wayne County Thursday evening, as the North Carolina Press Association announced the results of its 2010 News, Editorial and Photojournalism Contest. The newspaper's 2010 Progress Edition,...

700 feeder pigs die in fire

Nearly 700 feeder pigs died in a fire at a Duplin County farm Wednesday. The pigs each weighed about 45 pounds and were delivered to Grey Morgan, of GM Farm, earlier this week. The pigs are believed to have...